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Celebrating the Olympic Games with Food
Here’s some great ideas for Olympics inspired food to celebrate the arrival of this amazing event. It’s mostly about the five Olympic rings; getting that iconic image into what we eat.
Fruit decorated cakes
You can use fruit of the five olympic colours to decorate all manor of cakes from chocolates cakes to cupcakes. Use blueberries for blue, blackberries for black, strawberries for red, pineapple for yellow and kiwi for green. The colour of the fruit is very striking next to each other, and adds a lovely fresh dimension to your cakes.
Doughnuts are one of those treats that everyone loves, so use ring doughnuts as a great way to celebrate the games. You can use coloured glazes to match the colours of the rings, but any old ring doughnut should suffice as getting into the spirit of the Olympics!
A brilliant savory snack or addition to a party buffet, the humble onion ring is an obvious choice for celebratory Olympic food. Pep them up with some spicy sauce on the side – or maybe an assortment of five different sauces of the Olympic colours?.. perhaps that’s too much.. you decide!
Rainbow coloured sweets
Skittles and M&Ms are good choices here – they have all the colours of the Olympics rings represented, except the colour black. But if you can just pretend the purple skittles and brown M&ms are actually black, then the concept does work! (just about).
Bagels are a wonderful breakfast food, so what better way to start each day of the olympics with a bagel. If you have a family, cut open 5 bagels to create 2 sets of olympics rings, decorated with toppings of appropriate colours if you can.
Pizza offers the perfect oppotunity for you to do whatever you like – decorating the top of a pizza with interesting toppings has never been as fun as when the Olympics arrived! This is a great one for kids to get involved with, as they can be as inventive as they want, using colours of the Olympic rings.
Olympic Medal Biscuits
Make your own special Olympic biscuits – try using a mould to get them perfectly round, and with a loop at the top if you possibly can. Otherwise carefully make a hole at the top when baked. Then thread ribbon through the gap at the top to make tasty Olympic ‘medals’. Decorate with gold dusting as well to make them even more special.
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